Definition of sweet-tempered in English:

sweet-tempered

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adjective

Not easily irritated or made angry: she’s such a sweet-tempered, good-natured girl
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  • His wife was complacent and sweet tempered, relying completely on her husband's judgement.
  • No matter how sweet tempered your mare, it is very important that any stallion you are considering have an excellent disposition suitable to your discipline.
  • She is sweet-tempered, kind, loving to all her family and always looks to see the best in people.

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Pronunciation: niːˈɒt(ə)ni
noun
retention of juvenile features in the adult animal